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Iran Targets $75 Oil Amid Plans for Post-Sanctions Output Boost

Iran, OPEC’s fifth-biggest producer, sees $70-$75 per barrel as a suitable price for crude, Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said, as markets show signs of a partial recovery from last year’s collapse. 350 more words


Ankit Panda: What Really Happened in the Persian Gulf on April 28, 2015?

Ankit Panda writes: A 65,000 ton, Danish-owned, Singapore-chartered, container ship, en route to the United Arab Emirates from Saudi Arabia, manned mostly by Eastern European and Asian sailors, is intercepted, boarded, and confiscated by the Iranian navy, prompting a U.S. 722 more words

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International Atomic Energy Agency Lacks Transparency, Observers and Researchers Say

Nuclear Inspection Agency Demands Transparency from Others, but Not Itself

Some Documents Accessible in U.S. and British Archives Are Locked up in Agency’s Vienna Headquarters… 5,816 more words

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BLOG 249 April 19, 2015

The Obama administration and State Department have a distinctive perspective on what negotiations on nuclear armaments can accomplish in Iran. If embraced by the West as a legitimate partner, they believe Iran would stop behaving like a rogue state and emerge from political isolation that began with the Islamic revolution in 1979. 413 more words

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Debunking the Opposition to the Iran Framework

by Mitchell Plitnick and Matt Duss

The Framework Agreement between the P5+1 and Iran announced on April 2[1] was an important step toward ending the long standoff over Iran’s nuclear program. 102 more words

Flawed Progress: The Iranian Nuclear Framework

The recent unveiling of a framework for future talks about Iran’s nuclear program has some hailing it as a great step towards an Iran without nuclear weapons, while others believe giving Iran any nuclear capability is a step in the wrong direction. 745 more words


The Iran Deal and Its Consequences

Mixing shrewd diplomacy with defiance of U.N. resolutions, Iran has turned the negotiation on its head

Henry Kissinger and George P. Shultz write: The announced framework for an agreement on Iran’s nuclear program has the potential to generate a seminal national debate. 970 more words

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